A Temporary Autonomous Zone designed for introspection - a bicycle trailer that reconfigures into a contemplative retreat. : Aluminium, steel, glass fibre pultrusions, PVC, nylon, rubber, air.
Urban Buggy ( conceptual product - 2001 )
Custom camouflage pushchair with on-board sound system - to soothe either parent or child. : Steel, Stainless steel, aluminium, cotton, polyester, nylon, ABS, PVC, Audio electronics.
Synaesthesia ( conceptual product - 2001 )
Thousands of fibre optic tips explode with ‘firework’ effects in time with the music being played : Plywood, acrylic, fibre optics, LED lighting, Audio electronics
Swarm ( conceptual product - 2002 )
Ceiling fan - 1200 plastic flies gyrate at speed in a blurry swarm. : GRP, steel, tungsten lamp, motor, 856 Plastic flies
9 Radios ( conceptual product - 2002 )
9 explorations into what a radio might also be: Radio Station, Radio Activity, Radio Transmitter, Radio Detonator, Pirate Radio, Radio Silence, Radio Interference, Radio Therapy and BBC Radio. Styrene, Steel, Electronics, (mixed materials)
Listen In ( conceptual product - 2005 )
Greater clarity in inter-personal communication, Listen In enables wearers to literally show others how they are feeling - using illumated colour coded wearable technology. Commissioned for the 'HearWear' exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum (London). : Acrylic, GRP, LEDs, sensors
Zapped ( conceptual product - 2005 )
A neon ice-block acts as a strange attracter. Once close enough though... “Zap!” it ignites into to a firebox : Acrylic, PIR sensor, 120 lamps, Neon, electronics.
Shifty ornaments loitering with intent. Anti sitting pretty, in fact anti everything. Abusive remarks are casually thrown at any non-gang members passing by. Acrylic, LEDs, motion sensor electronics, rechargeable batteries.
Telepresence ( conceptual product - 2005 )
Every minute, a random output is offered via 5 seconds of live TV audio footage - each sound bite prompting a thought, story or idea that requires imaginative completion. Acrylic, steel, LEDs, audiovisual electronics,
Table Manners ( conceptual product - 2005 )
How to get TV dinners back onto the dining table (and people communicating again)... via remote controlled salt and pepper-pot battle mischief, around correctly laid place settings. Acrylic, LEDs, Games controllers, Remote control vehicles and electronics.
Beam ( conceptual product - 2005 )
The inertia of a radio’s non aerodynamic form twisting through space produces varying spatial acoustic effects as they bounce off interior surfaces. Acrylic, LEDs, radio electronics, geared motor.
Clock On / Clock Off ( conceptual product - 2004 )
Time is not money - alternative time is represented as a slow fluid phase change, rather than the current industrialized ‘tick-tock’. Activated by credit cards, it encourages relaxation by surrendering the compulsion to spend. : Acrylic, Styrene, Acetate, LEDs, electro-mechanical clock mechanisms.
ReArranging ( conceptual product - 2006 )
A floral display that won’t keep still ...nature is not a static phenomenon : Acrylic, Gypsophila, LEDs, electronic timer circuits.
On the Shelf ( conceptual product - 2006 )
Each fake flower awaits its turn in the spotlight... dreaming of celebrity status for more than a few momentary seconds : Artificial flowers, acrylic, LEDs, electronics.